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Foraging in the city with Diego Bonetto

Foraging in the city with Diego Bonetto


Naturalist Diego Bonetto will introduce you to the wonders and possibilities of edible weeds on a two-hour urban tour. To some plantain, dandelion, chickweed and sow-thistle are a nuisance, to others they are a delicious salad and a seasonal treat. Learn about the most common species growing in your garden, along the green belts and in parks and reserves. Find out how they have been used for food, craft and natural remedies. Discover ways to safely harvest from the urban 'wild' and enrich your diet with vitamins and minerals.

4 dates available

Saturday 6 Oct 10am>noon

Saturday 13 Oct 10am>noon

Sunday 21 Oct 10am>noon

Saturday 27 Oct 10am>noon

As part of the tour you will be issued with a limited edition and Sydney-specific foraging booklet to take home the knowledge acquired!

Bring your camera and notebook, dress for the weather.
This is a family, wheelchair and pet friendly walk.


This event is offered in conjunction with Crave Sydney International Food Festival, see event listing here>


Cooks River
Tempe Station carpark
Richardson Crescent
Tempe, NSW 2044

CONTACT DETAILS: Diego 0411 293 178 info@diegobonetto.com

More information at www.weedyconnection.com

or facebook at www.facebook.com/WildStories 


an absolute pleasure to spend the day .... eyes down and mind open to the possibilities .... helping inspire a new level of respect for plants, our medicine and our food.”  Costa Georgiadis, Gardening Australia Host